Here’s a look at what our newly-elected MPs have promised to do about the key issues in Norfolk and Waveney.
All the results in Norfolk and Waveney have been declared, with the Conservatives holding all their seats and taking North Norfolk from the Liberal Democrats.
Liz Truss welcomed an increase in the number of Conservative MPs as she was re-elected in South West Norfolk increasing her majority by 7,883 to 26,195.
George Freeman has successfully defended his Mid Norfolk seat on what is turning into a miserable election night for the Labour Party.
Boris Johnson is on course to secure a Conservative majority in the House of Commons, according to the exit poll.
Voters are currently casting their ballots at polling stations across the county to elect candidates for Norfolk and Waveney’s 10 seats.
Voters will be heading to the polls today in what has been billed as the most important General Election in a generation.
Democracy is a beautiful thing – and it must be protected and cherished.
People in Norfolk and Waveney will go to the polls on Thursday (December 12), to vote for the people they want to represent them as MPs in the Houses of Parliament.
The last major poll before Thursday’s election predicts the fight for Norfolk’s most hotly contested seats has become even closer.
Mid Norfolk is seen as a Conservative safe seat having been held by the Tories since it was re-established as a constituency ahead of the 1983 general election.
A parliamentary candidate has voiced her frustration at the lack of hustings in her constituency ahead of the general election.
More than 25,000 people across Norfolk registered to vote ahead of the deadline for the December general election, new figures have revealed.
Prime minister Boris Johnson is set to visit the county today.
The Conservative Party has published the manifesto it hopes will power Boris Johnson back to Number 10 – but what is in it for the people of Norfolk and Waveney?
Norfolk election candidates from across political lines have spoken of the “demoralising” effect of the “aggression and abuse” they face while on the campaign trail.
“It’s time for real change”, proclaims the front cover of Labour’s manifesto, but how does it measure up to what Norfolk and Waveney need?
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn were almost inseparable in the eyes of viewers after a series of heated exchanges during the first televised debate of the general election.
Pubs are among alternative venues which are having to be pushed into action as polling stations, due to next month’s snap general election.
Nearly half the candidates standing for election in Norfolk and Waveney at next month’s general election do not live in the constituencies they are trying to win.
The full list of people campaigning to become MPs in this year’s General Election has been revealed.
A Dereham pub is being used as a polling station for December’s general election for the first time.
A Liberal Democrat election hopeful has swapped fighter jets for the doorsteps of Broadland because he believes “things are coming to a head – this moment is so important”.
Candidates who would have stood for the Brexit Party in Norfolk seats have said they are “disappointed” their leader Nigel Farage has told them to stand aside - but understand his decision.
The managing director of outdoor activity chain Go Ape has been picked to replace former BBC Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad as the Conservative general election candidate for Broadland.
Former Broadland MP Keith Simpson believes Nick Conrad was forced to quit as a parliamentary candidate because of “Boris’ problem with women”.
Rival candidates and members of the public have reacted to news that Nick Conrad has stepped down as Conservative election hopeful for Broadland after “ill-judged” comments he made about rape re-emerged.
Nick Conrad has stepped down as the Conservative Party’s candidate for a Norfolk seat in the general election just 24 hours after being selected.
Prime minister Boris Johnson has said newly-selected Conservative Broadland candidate Nick Conrad’s comments while discussing a rape case were “completely unacceptable”.
The former BBC Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad has been selected as the Conservative parliamentary candidate for Broadland.